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  1. CEO social power, board inclusiveness, and corporate performance afte…

    Nazliben, K. K., Renneboog, L., & Uduwalage, E. (2023). CEO social power, board inclusiveness, and corporate performance after ethnic conflicts. Emerging Markets Review, 56, Article 101056.
  2. Corporate governance from colonial Ceylon to post-civil war Sri Lanka

    Nazliben, K. K., Renneboog, L., & Uduwalage, E. (2023). Corporate governance from colonial Ceylon to post-civil war Sri Lanka. Journal of Management and Governance. Advance online publication.
  3. Social Diversity on Corporate Boards in a Country Torn by Civil War

    Nazliben, K. K., Renneboog, L., & Uduwalage, E. (2022). Social Diversity on Corporate Boards in a Country Torn by Civil War. (CentER Discussion Paper; Vol. 2022-001). CentER, Center for Economic Research.
  4. Social Diversity on Corporate Boards in a Country Torn by Civil War

    Nazliben, K. K., Renneboog, L., & Uduwalage, E. (2021). Social Diversity on Corporate Boards in a Country Torn by Civil War. European Corporate Governance Institute. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3954372
  5. Does interest rate exposure explain the low-volatility anomaly?

    Driessen, J., Kuiper, I., Nazliben, K. K., & Beilo, R. (2019). Does interest rate exposure explain the low-volatility anomaly? Journal of Banking & Finance, 103, 51-61.

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